Calderon has since spent the past 3 seasons in GP3, getting a best tournament consequence of 16th last year, also this year could become the first female driver to compete in Formula 2 as it was created at 2005.
Even the 25-year-old made her F1 testing debut last year throughout private outings using Sauber but FIA regulations state a motorist has to get 40 to qualify for the mandatory F1 race permit, also Calderon’s shortage of significant championship results means she has no superlicence points into her name.
Wolff, who became the first woman to take part when she stepped in training for the 2014 British Grand Prix, says she was impressed by the Colombian.
“I think Tatiana does an excellent project,” Wolff told Motorsport.com. “I have never doubted about her skill, so I expect she still keeps progressing and makes it farther up.”
Asked if Calderon would allow it into F1, Wolff — who retired from rushing at 2015 and can be now Venturi’s Formula E group manager — stated:”I’d like to see that happen
“F1 changed you need points for a superlicence. This creates another obstacle. As soon as I was driving there wasn’t the necessity to have points for that superlicence.
“So, obviously she has got the challenge of getting enough points so as to be eligible, but I’d love to see in the grid.
“Occasionally in F1 it comes down to timing, when there’s a chair free and also the ability comes.
“She showed by driving the Sauber which she is very capable, so I watch and hope.”
Wolff found the Dare To differ initiative, that works in combination with British motorsport’s governing body Motorsport UK to encourage greater female involvement in racing.
She considers the attitude towards women in motorsport has”improved only a little” but says it remains”unusual” to see women in rushing paddocks and On Track.
Yet, her brand new FE character with Venturi has coincided with the series allowing teams if they field women driver in testing to conduct an extra vehicle.
“I have to say I sensed very welcome in to the FE world and I have no some issues doing my job from the paddock,” she said.
“I believe it’s still a major dilemma, I am always asked about this. That I really don’t really listen to this noise , although it was a large issue when the role was taken by me.
“I understand precisely what my job is and I am very focused in everything I do wish to achieve.
“There will always be questions about my sex. Those will not move away. However, because personally they don’t really have a negative impact.”
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